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smiley. tonight a conversation with kyra sedgwick. she continues her work as an environmental advocate. we are glad you joined us. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is right thing. by doing the right thing. to completely eliminating hungerwalmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. you. 5 and by contributions from viewers like you. thank you. please welcomethank you. -- please welcome kyra sedgwick. fans of "the closer" were sad to see it end. you can catch her in and neufeld -- in a new film called "the possession," based on real-life events. >> you are laid. -- late. no piece of. >> i will give you $5 if you do not tell your mother. >> dad, look. can i get this? >> whenever you want. >> whoever had this did not want anyone to open it. >> are you ok? i feel funny. >> why is the box so important to you? >> i do not know. it just is. >> i have no idea how it got here. >> where are you? >> the spirit is the taker of children. once the box is opened, people died. >> they cannot help it. >> beneath
park and then went out in various parts of the city. kyra clapper was with them the whole way and is live with more on what happened on the streets. >> reporter: dan, we were with them the whole way. we are currently at seventh and market where you can see the crowds have disbanded. you can see critical mass is no more. but we want to quickly get you to the video. we were with the cyclist since just about6:45 just before the official cycling began. we started at embarcadero, but they made their way south of market. it was slow moving for people getting off of work. dozens of commuters gave up and they pulled out their phones to take videos. now to our next video about 20 minutes later we made it a mile and a half away past the parking lot of cars on market street. it was a complete stand still for tens of thousands of cyclist making their way to union square. thousands of onlookers are pulling out their phones and cameras to document the city of san francisco at a stand still. and then it got contentious at many points. we have one of those moments to show you right now. that
plaza and spread from there from dolores park and then went out in various parts of the city. kyra clapper was with them the whole way and is live with more on what happened on the streets. >> reporter: dan, we were with them the whole way. we are currently at seventh and market where you can see the crowds have disbanded. you can see critical mass is no more. but we want to quickly get you to the video. we were with the cyclist since just about6:45 just before the official cycling began. we started at embarcadero, but they made their way south of market. it was slow moving for people getting off of work. dozens of commuters gave up and they pulled out their phones to take videos. now to our next video about 20 minutes later we made it a mile and a half away past the parking lot of cars on market street. it was a complete stand still for tens of thousands of cyclist making their way to union square. thousands of onlookers are pulling out their phones and cameras to document the city of san francisco at a stand still. and then it got contentious at many points. we have one of those
tavis: tonight, a conversation with kyra segwick. in addition to a new film out today, she continues her role as an advocate for the natural resources defense council. >> there is a saying that dr. king had. he said it is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know we are only halfway to eliminating hunger. we have work to do. wal-mart has donated $2 billion. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station, from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: pleased to welcome kyra sedgwick to this program. fans of "the closer" were certainly sad to see the popular tnt drama come to a close a couple of weeks ago. the series ended a seven-year run on a high note as one of the most watched cable series of our time. but starting today, you can catch her in a new film called "the possession," the project based on real life events and now playing in theaters across the country. so here now some scenes from "the possession." >> hello. >> hey. >> you are late. >> ready to go? i will h
although very from us stated. go to kyra on the ground with the driver eye view of the situation and we are tracking her movement along with some other drivers on our exclusive ways app. kyra coming us through cell 7 using cell phone technology hi kyra. >>reporter: hi dan. we are here at market and seventh where lit relevant thousands upon thousands of cyclist have come to a stop. look at this they are looking at some sort of show on the side of the building above do nut world. circus d'soleil performance and literally stopped all of the city of san francisco here off market street. you could call it the just take position of fairly peaceful cyclist think they are peaceful and making a peaceful movement but extremely disruptive and ter creating very angry from us stated drivers on an strrdly busy friday night on the san francisco streets. let's get you to the video we have been shooting all night. we started with cyclist at embarcadero and folsom just before 7 tonight. critical mass cyclist baby and family. the whole -- no audio] people moving at the end of week. the man had tr
punished, and they are off onerring a reward. here is kyra clapper. >> so this is the target tip. it looks like a bullet. >> reporter: the wild rescue director shows the target arrow rescuers pulled from a wild turkey last weekend. >> this is a young turkey. it was probably hatched this year. only months old. not all of its feathers were developed. >> more than two weeks ago, a resident of this hollister neighborhood called the group after seeing the turkey with the arrow launched in its right side. >> they don't travel far. the person who shot her lives somewhere or was visiting the neighborhood. >> rescuers captured the bird and took it 120 miles away to fairfield to the international bird rescue. where a specialist cleaned its wounds and gave it antibiotics. eight hours later it was taken back to hollister and released. it is now back with its family. there are two seasons to hunt wild turkey in california. about a month and a half in the spring and two weeks in the fall. this turkey was shot off season, poached, and that makes it a crime. >> so if anybody knows the owner of this fine c
to put parents on alert. kyra clapper is at parkside elementary. >> reporter: larry, this is where just before 3:00 this afternoon a little girl, a nine-year-old girl escaped from a man trying to abduct her. police tell me that somehow that girl was able to create a distraction and get away from that man. she ran back to parkside elementary who notified personnel who then called police. they responded in force, but unfortunately that kidnapper or the would be kidnapper remains on the loose. that little girl is safe with her family tonight. as larry mentioned, police responded to two other incidents at schools in san mateo. they are not sure whether all three are related. we do have a portion of a call sent out tonight to alert parents in the san mateo foster city school district. >> at this time the san mateo police department is treating all of these investigations very seriously. there are resources to continue this investigation around the clock. san mateo police department is looking at all parks, playgrounds and any other areas children may gather to ensure the safety of the commun
, but there is enough concern to put parents on alert. kyra clapper is at parkside elementary. >> reporter: larry, this is where just before 3:00 this afternoon a little girl, a nine-year-old girl escaped from a man trying to abduct her. police tell me that somehow that girl was able to create a distraction and get away from that man. she ran back to parkside elementary who notified personnel who then called police. they responded in force, but unfortunately that kidnapper or the would be kidnapper remains on the loose. that little girl is safe with her family tonight. as larry mentioned, police responded to two other incidents at schools in san mateo. they are not sure whether all three are related. we do have a portion of a call sent out tonight to alert parents in the san mateo foster city school district. >> at this time the san mateo police department is treating all of these investigations very seriously. there are resources to continue this investigation around the clock. san mateo police department is looking at all parks, playgrounds and any other areas children may gather to ensure the
after learn learning the company was releasing pollute tents. kyra clapper has the story. >> inspectors with the bay area quality district discovered a pipe in the chevron refinery in richmond was routing the hydro carbon gases around the equipment meant to monitor them. >> with what chevron did, it was not possible to actually measure how much emissions occurred. >> the district's investigation found the refinery used the pipe bypass 27 times between 2005 and 2009. chevron corrected the bypass and paid $170,000 in fines. now the epa is launching its own investigation to determine whether it was used to deceive air pollution regulators. >> it comes at a time frankly in the wake of the fire where it affects the credibility of the refinery. >> chevron issued a statement in response to this issue. it reads in part "we are currently cooperating with the government's investigation. protecting people and the environment are core values at chevron. we have invested millions of dollars to upgrade, improve and monitor our equipment. we developed a program to identify and reduce the volume of gas
the company was releasing pollute tents. kyra clapper has the story. >> inspectors with the bay area quality district discovered a pipe in the chevron refinery in richmond was routing the hydro carbon gases around the equipment meant to monitor them. >> with what chevron did, it was not possible to actually measure how much emissions occurred. >> the district's investigation found the refinery used the pipe bypass 27 times between 2005 and 2009. chevron corrected the bypass and paid $170,000 in fines. now the epa is launching its own investigation to determine whether it was used to deceive air pollution regulators. >> it comes at a time frankly in the wake of the fire where it affects the credibility of the refinery. >> chevron issued a statement in response to this issue. it reads in part "we areing with currently cooperating with the government's investigation. protecting people and the environment are core values at chevron. we have invested millions of dollars to upgrade, improve and monitor our equipment. we developed a program to identify and reduce the volume of gas. implemented a ro
world series. sky 7hd was overhead for the petaluma little league allstars. kyra was on the ground and her interviews are coming up at 11:35. >>> the memorial honoring the victims of the oakland firestorm has been vandalized again. they damaged the sculpture on tunnel road. abc7 news reporter lilian kim reports from the oakland hills where some old wounds have been reopened for a third time. >> gordon piper lost his home during the open firestorm since 1991. he dedicated his life to honor the 25 people who lost their lives in the fire. he helped create this memorial garden. but for the people who live here it was a haven. but overnight it was a target of van you -- a target of vandalism. >> they were dancing on the grave of those who died and to have this happen three times and two years ago it is really frustrating. >> the sculpture was dedicated in 1994. the metal bars show burned trees. symbols of hope and renewal. they expect who ever is responsible is trying to make some money. >> it wasn't a quick job. it took some time to cutoff each of the five metal pieces. >> i am not sur
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is offering a $1,000 reward in the case. kyra clapper, abc7 news. >>> now the i team investigation into a special ed teacher accused of slapping students in the classroom. >> the i team reporter dan noyes is here with an update. >> i went to the santa rosa school board meeting to find out if it is ever appropriate to strike a student. the answer i gotyou.prise you. >> and proof that a pre historic animal once roamed san then late. >> and then later on "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. carolyn and larry, up next on "nightline" the latest on the turmoil in the middle east after militants storm the u.s. consulate in libia killing the ambassador there. anti-american protests are erupting across the region. plus, why the popular desk toe buckie balls may be off the >>> tonight the abc7 news i team went to the santa rosa school board meeting to ask a simple question. was it ever appropriate for a teachers and tore strike a student? >> dan noyes is here with the sometimes surprising answers in this i team follow-up. >> larry and carolyn, i first told you last month that the school district
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. >>> a surprise in kyra phillips when a handgun goes off in an airport security check point. wait until you hear who was found with the loaded weapon. >>> and good morning. happy monday to you. i'm carol costello. all roads lead to new york city. nearly 120 world leaders are headed to the united nations for this week's general debate. the un's chief is warning iran's president to tone down his normally fiery rhetoric and most walk out of his speeches as a sign of protests. he likes to make headlines by railing about topics such as israel and homosexuality. listen to what he had to say when he sat down with cnn's piers morgan. >> what will your response be? >> translator: the response of iran is quite clear. i don't even need to explain that. any question and any nation has the right and will indeed defend herself. my question is this. why should the world be managed in such a way that any individual can allow himself to threaten a rich and deeply rooted historical ancient country such as iran, a great country such as iran based on an excuse of his own fabrication. so anyone can do this. another
for the petaluma little league allstars. kyra was on the ground and her interviews are coming up at 11:35. >>> the memorial honoring the victims of the oakland firestorm has been vandalized again. they damaged the sculpture on tunnel road. abc7 news reporter lilian kim reports from the oakland hills where some old wounds have been reopened for a third time. >> gordon piper lost his home during the open firestorm since 1991. he dedicated his life to honor the 25 people who lost their lives in the fire. he helped create this memorial garden. but for the people who live here it was a haven. but overnight it was a target of van you -- a target of vandalism. they were dancing one grave of those who died and to have this happen three times and two years ago it is really frustrating. >> the sculpture was dedicated in 1994. the metal bars show burned trees. symbols of hope and renewal. they expect who ever is responsible is trying to make some money. >> it wasn't a quick job. it took some time to cutoff each of the five metal pieces. >> i am not sure of what real value is. real value is. it is
of the movie. >> it's distressing. we took on kyra in june of 2009 when the president gave his speech talking about a new beginning. obviously this has now imploded all around us in the sense that americans, american employees in these embassies are not safe. we've had four murders. >> right. and i think that speech in cairo had a lot of language in it that helps you understand part of the problem here. what we are seeing is a clear failure of obama administration policy in the middle east. but this is a president who spent many, many speeches, especially throughout the course of 2009, apologizing for america. he did it in that speech in cairo. he said after 9/11 we abandoned our ideals. he went on to foreign soil and slandered the people running the government then and the men when and women who kept us safe of a 9/11. but the notion somehow that american safe is provocative, and i think when you look at the message that we've sent across the middle east, this notion that we are pulling out, this notion that our enemies need to the fear us, the iranians make steady progress toward nuclear we
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